Microsoft has laid Windows Vista to rest

Today, Microsoft is “sunsetting” Windows Vista. That means it will no longer be supported with security updates from Microsoft. So if you find yourself with a machine running Windows Vista, you should look at upgradating to a newer version of Windows in order to stay secure.

Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP, Windows Vista

In the early 2000s, Windows pumped three major consumer operating systems: In early 2000 came Windows 2000, later that year, Windows released a Windows Millenium update which was filled with glitches and bugs, including a way to bypass the password screen…